Posted Nov 29th 2011 11:30AM
It is no secret that automotive enthusiasts will take a keen eye to any space or opportunity they see fit that they could have some fun with in their vehicle. Here in Canada, we have autocrossing, which takes place in empty parking lots with cones spread throughout marking the path from start to finish. It usually takes place in a controlled environment to reduce the risk of anything happening to the driver or their vehicle (unless your that Corvette driver, of course). But we have yet to see something like this. It appears that in Taiwan, a group of drifting enthusiasts take to an empty, and rather small, parking lot to show off their skills in a similar fashion as autocrossers do here.
It takes a great deal of skill to be able to do what these folks are doing after the break in a figure eight fashion while in such a confined space. We would be lying if we said that they are pros, because they are still far from making the big leagues, but who are we to degrade their skills when they are having fun and enjoying themselves.
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News Source: YouTube